The inquests into the deaths of a family from Costessey are being opened tomorrow. 

It comes following the discovery of the body of Bartlomiej Kuczynski, 45, at his Queen's Hills home on January 19. 

He was found along the bodies of his daughters – Jasmin, 12, and Natasha, eight – and his sister-in-law Kanticha Sukpengpanao, 36. 

It is understood Kuczynski’s wife Nanthaka had left the home on the morning of the deaths to go to work at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital.   

Her sister was visiting the family from Thailand and had been staying at the property for several weeks. 

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Detectives from Norfolk Police are treating the deaths of the girls and their aunt as murder and believe they were killed by Kuczynski before he took his own life. 

They are believed to have died from stab wounds. 

The four bodies were discovered by police at a house in Allan Bedford Crescent at around 7.15am on Friday after a 999 call from a dog walker. 

The openings, which are each listed for a minute-long, will run consecutively at Norfolk Coroner’s Court on January 31.